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... campground and I reviewed it below. Heading to Palm Springs tomorrow.
Wednesday, April 17 – Joshua Tree National Park – Black Rock Campground This campground is located in the northwest of Joshua Tree National Park. You have to leave the
Park and then drive in from Yucca Valley. It is the closest campground from the Palm Springs area and the Visitor Center was very busy. Some of the ...
... air is crystal clear and the peaks really pop.
We arrive at Sands RV Resort and set up. Clouds are hanging around the highest mountain peaks to our west. The air is cool. We take some time to explore this large resort, then do some grocery shopping in town.
Our plan for the rest of the day? Explore our home for the next five weeks a little more thoroughly. Yep, that's all we have ...
... hanging thing, whilst Noah and I are both standing right there. When he hits the deck he looks up at us both, and says ‘Well, I wasn’t expecting that.’ We all then crack up laughing. And then he asks us if he can fall off some more. He asked nicely, so we let him. People look at us like we might be crazy.
We then wander over to the grocery store, and Elwood refers to Noah and I as his crew. This takes me by surprise, ...
... owner is not necessarily friendly,
but whatever, he again reminds me (2 times) of the maximum occupancy rule. SIGH!
He is watching us like a hawk. I brought my nephew and 2 nieces over from where they were
staying to swim (in the empty pool) with my kids. We weren’t causing any disturbance. BIG MISTAKE! I guess I am not allowed to have
visitors. This is not in the
contract. The owner summons me
... would be de-activated in 1994 and would officially become March Air Reserve Base in 1996.
The museum contains over 60 planes on the flight line along with several displays explaining the history of the base. By far the most interesting part of our visit was talking with the docents. They are mostly retired military folks who served here and the stories they have to share are worth the price of admission!